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Memorial Day

May 25, 2017 / BlogEvents

Memorial Day is not only a federal holiday in the United States, but it is a day of observance and remembrance of those who died in service. Originally known as Decoration Day, this solemn day has been marked on calendars since the end of the American Civil War as a day to commemorate both the..

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At what age should my child have an orthodontic evaluation?

May 22, 2017 / Blog

You may have noticed that kids seem to be getting braces and other orthodontic care a lot earlier these days. There was a time, only a decade or two ago, when braces were mainly seen on teenagers, but that is beginning to change. If you’re wondering when to bring your child to our office for..

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Wishing all our moms a happy Mother’s Day!

May 16, 2017 / Blog

“Motherhood: All love begins and ends there.” – Robert Browning We would like to take this moment to thank all the great moms out there for being so great during their child’s visits to the Georgia School of Orthodontics. Whether it’s driving their kids to regularly scheduled appointments or for “being there” while their child..

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Summer is Almost Here: Tips for a bright, white smile!

May 09, 2017 / Blog

Summer is almost here, which means a season full of vacations, adventures, and great memories are just around the corner for our patients at Georgia School of Orthodontics. Everyone wants a glowing and radiant white smile when the sun comes around, and we have a few reminders to keep your pearly whites healthy and beautiful..

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The Invisalign® Treatment Process

Apr 28, 2017 / Blog

Invisalign is gaining traction as a sought-after solution for orthodontic problems. Unlike traditional braces, which require the placement of brackets on teeth and the connection of unsightly wires, Invisalign works nearly invisibly (as its name suggests). Particularly for those who do not wish to draw attention to their orthodontic work, Invisalign provides an attractive solution…

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Every Day is Earth Day

Apr 28, 2017 / Blog

During the early days of the environmental awareness movement, those who demonstrated against pollution, toxic chemicals, and the general public health were known as hippies. The early 1970s were a time of change, and assertions that we needed to pay more attention to the Earth’s atmosphere were generally dismissed. But within a couple decades, it..

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Rubber Band Horoscopes: What your color says about you

Apr 19, 2017 / Blog

One exciting part about wearing braces from Georgia School of Orthodontics is getting to choose the colors of your rubber bands. Orthodontists place elastic bands, or ligatures, over each bracket to secure the archwire in place. These rubber bands may be individual or connected, depending on your mouth’s needs. From our doctors, you have the..

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April is National Facial Protection Month

Apr 05, 2017 / Blog

The Importance of Facial Protection Americans from all walks of life should mark April as National Facial Protection Month on their calendars. The American Association of Pediatric Dentistry, Academy for Sports Dentistry, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, and American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons have combined forces to sponsor this annual campaign, which aims..

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Dreaming of a stunning smile without using braces?

Mar 30, 2017 / Blog

Most of us aren’t born with a red carpet smile. And if you’ve thought about straightening your teeth but are apprehensive about doing so with traditional orthodontic treatment, our doctors and our team at GSO Smile Centers want you to know there is another option – Invisalign®! Invisalign is an ideal solution for most adults..

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More Adults Are Opting for Invisalign®

Mar 24, 2017 / Blog

These days it’s becoming more and more common to see adults at our Atlanta office getting their teeth straightened with Invisalign clear aligners — that is if you can see them! Treatment with Invisalign is effective and aesthetically pleasing for all ages, but adults have certainly taken to them. For some it may be to..

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